[Qgis-developer] Minor Irritations
carson.farmer at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 07:00:48 EDT 2010
The new icons for the select tool *are* relevant in that the select tools
are now different, and as a result, the icons reflect this. (At least in my
version) the drop down does work, you just need to click and hold for a
second or two for the additional options to pop up. You will see that the
original select tool icon is used to represent the original select tool
functionality, and there are several new select tools each with a specific
icon so that you know what you're doing when you're doing it.
On 31 October 2010 19:20, Alex Mandel <tech_dev at wildintellect.com> wrote:
> These may be more opinion than actual issues, just wanted to see what
> others thought.
> 1. When adding a vector layer, you hit browse the default tends to be
> shapefile, but when you add a raster the default is "All GDAL formats".
> I think All OGR formats would be a much better default, having to scroll
> all the time for gml, kml etc is really annoying especially when I'm
> working hard to break people of the assumption that vector = shapefile.
> 2. As pointed out by a colleague: Many people new to GIS have no idea
> the KML = Keyhole Markup Language, so it's not clear on the Save as..
> option that is actually KML. The same might be said for GML. Either
> changing the names in the list or putting (Hint) would seem useful to
> 3. In 1.6 builds (Could be my build from last week) the Select tool does
> not appear to work the same way(Ctrl fails to add or remove from the
> selection), and th icon has a new drop down indicator that doesn't seem
> to work. 2ndary note, I'm all for making clearer icons for tools but it
> seems excessive to change what they look like every version especially
> if we're not actually testing new v. old on human test subjects to verify.
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Carson J. Q. Farmer
ISSP Doctoral Fellow
National Centre for Geocomputation
National University of Ireland, Maynooth,
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